Oneof the the best Portuguese bakery in Montreal. Perfectly located near Romados, you cannot go wrong with anything you get here as all the pastries are always fresh. The natas have a crunchy flaky crust and a not too sweet creamy custard. Not quite the selection of what you would find in Lisbon, Portugal but this is absolute heaven for your sweet tooth!
Big fish store with a gourmet grocery component. They had good prices on fresh fish and everything looked much fresher than seafood at other places. They have whole fish for sale, from salmon to texas red fish, cod, sardines, whole octopi and fish i've never even heard off. They will also de-scale, clean, and fillet your fish of choice for no extra charge.You can also buy different kinds of oysters, mussels and scallops. One of the best in town! Web site.
Tiny meat store with a good assortment of eurostyle cured meats and sausages, along with some appropriate spices and canned and packaged foods.
One of the most popular deli's in Montreal.Legendary Jewish deli up on the famous St-Laurent Boulevard. Their smoked meat is incredibly good.
The store has a good selection of groceries and produce.
They have an amazing selection of Paté, Chorizo, Boudin, Andouillette game meat and gourmet grocery items.
Combined restaurant and grocery store with a good selection of Vietnamese food and ingredients.
The store has a reasonable selection of Filipino and Asian groceries.
Fromagerie Hamel probably has one of - if not the largest - selection of cheeses in Montreal including an impressive selection of local cheeses. Its staff is very knowledgeable and offer great service. They also stock gourmet items such as jams, tapenades, pâtés, canned items, etc. Web site.
The store boasts of an extensive collection of Indian spices, cereals, legumes, oils, pickles, a dozen or so varieties of parathas, ready to eat dosas, dhokalas, idlis, samaosas and a number of other such miscellaneous items.